Mabu liyan – Yawuru’s conceptions of living well in connection with country, culture, others and with oneself
The Yawuru community in Broome explain how country, culture, community are interconnected and indivisible but are competing with modern-world pressures, with Yawuru people constantly negotiating trade-offs to live well as a collective.
ANU Climate Update 2021 will present a snapshot of the latest climate research, including newly released data on the climate throughout 2020, and a focus on water and human health.
Missed our last webinar? The presentation and livestream replay are available to catch up on.
Understandings of ‘natural’ and ‘disasters’ in the time of pandemic: Reflections on gendered differences in conceptualising and contextualising COVID-19
How have the notions of nature, natural and naturalness and of hazard and disaster, been understood in the COVID-context? A discussion on the use of these notions in the conceptualisations and contextualisations of COVID-19 as a gendered experience.
Protecting women’s and children’s health and human rights in the ‘first food’ system: commercial influence and conflicts of interest on infant and young child feeding in Australia
This webinar will focus on the commercial influence and conflicts of interest on infant and young child nutrition in Australia, and how effective implementation of the WHO International Code can help end the inappropriate promotion and improve gender equality.
Join us for the launch of this important and insightful report on geoeconomic competition by Dr Jeffrey Wilson from the Perth USAsia Centre
The presentation reviews some of the key findings and policy insights from the presenter’s co-authored papers in relation to COVID-19.
Mara Hammerle presents her PhD research on solar PV and energy poverty in Australia.
Professor Yao Yang of Peking University explores economic performance of politicians in China and their effect on the bond market.
Dr Terence Wood presented the report on ‘Change and continuity in Australian aid: what the aid flows show’.
In this webinar, Ines Atmosukarto (ANU) will talk about the importance of the various vaccine technologies and address differences in efficacy. Next, I Nyoman Sutarsa will examine Indonesia’s preparedness in terms of the public health system and what tradeoffs it faces in dealing with vaccinations.
Tong Zhang presents her PhD research on fuel prices and road deaths.